Virgin Blue Holdings blamed the tough operating environment, one-off charges and nonrecurring costs for a A$160 million ($133.2 million) loss in the fiscal year ended June 30, the company's worst-ever result and a reversal from the A$97.7 million surplus reported the prior year. The loss occurred despite a 12.8% lift in revenue to A$2.63 billion. Last month, Blue announced a A$231 million capital raising and said it expected a full-year loss of approximately A$165 million (ATWOnline, July ...

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